01 - 10 - 2019 / Your Story
PEOPLE SEE INDEPENDENCE AS SOMETHING TO BE FEARED
I am English by birth but have lived in Scotland for 30+ years - well over half my life. I voted No in 2014 broadly because at that time Scotland was part of two wider communities - the UK and the EU and independence felt isolationist from that perspective and Scotland's subsequent indefinite exclusion from the EU seemed a very real probability.
26 - 09 - 2019 / Your Story
I NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD SAY IT BUT I'M DONE WITH THE UK
I was an active member of the Labour Party and voted No in 2014. I also did some campaigning during the referendum for Better Together. I was never really against independence, but I just wasn't convinced by the Yes campaign and the currency plan.
13 - 09 - 2019 / Update
YOU CAN SEE THIS IS GOING TO BE A BIG PROJECT
What Progress Scotland set out to do is to try to identify people who are open minded or undecided about an independent Scotland and then better understand what their needs are, their interests, their concerns, their expectations.